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Taylor's Gift

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Taylor's Gift

A Courageous Story of Giving Life and Renewing Hope

By Todd Storch; Tara Storch; Jennifer Schuchmann

Fleming H. Revell Company, Hardcover, 9780800721886, 332pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2013

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Description
A 13-year-old girl's tragic death gives new life to five other people in this heartbreaking and inspiring story of grief and redemption told by her parents.


About the Author
After the death of his daughter, Todd Storch left a successful career in media consulting to pursue his God-given passion to promote organ donation. As co-founder of Taylor's Gift Foundation, Todd manages the day-to-day operations. In less than two years, Todd has spoken to nearly 10,000 people. Through the foundation's efforts, he has contributed to the certification of nearly 2,000,000 organ donors in Texas and over 12,000,000 nationally. Todd has more than twenty years of experience as a senior executive in radio and digital media sales, and extensive experience helping companies build their digital and interactive divisions.

Tara Storch is an award-winning sales and marketing professional, an entrepreneur, and a community leader, but most importantly she is a wife to Todd and a mom to Ryan and Peyton. Along with her husband, Todd, she cofounded Taylor's Gift Foundation to increase organ donation to "regift life, renew health, and restore families." She and her husband have shared their story on "Good Morning America," "The Today Show," and "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and other national media.

Jennifer Schuchmann specializes in collaborations with celebrities and newsmakers. Among her many books, she is the coauthor with Kurt and Brenda Warner of the "New York Times" bestselling "First Things First"; with Dan Woolley of "Unshaken," the only book written by a survivor of the Haiti earthquake; and with Jim Cymbala of "Spirit Rising."
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